I have a 3 months old female rot n she is good in development and much healthy . But it seems to me that it is very mild .
It is not bark at anytime , I wanted my rot to be rashing n I have labradog in ma home and she is learning the same from her , I am very much tensed about this matter.
How can I make my rot rashing.
Your Rottweiler puppy is a BABY, you cannot expect a baby to be protective. Plus Rottweilers are not indiscriminately aggressive dogs, if you have bought this pup purely to guard you and want, or expect, a mean dog then I’d strongly advise you to reconsider and find her a more suitable home!
Rottweilers are natural guardians, but they are NOT mean, vicious or aggressive without provocation… and you should never encourage a pup or dog to act aggressively. It will confuse and frighten them and make them unpredicatable and nervous – not brave.
A puppy’s guarding instincts don’t even begin to surface until they’re adolescents (somewhere between 7 and 12 months of age), and even then they’re very basic and it takes a while for the pup to figure out how to deal with them and what is expected from them.
Rotties are very loyal, intelligent, loving and calm. It sounds as though your pup is a typical Rottweiler baby and she needs your love, attention, patience, training and lots of socialization if she’s to grow up to be a good representative of the breed. If you aren’t able to do this for her she would be better off with someone who truly understands the breed and has her best interests at heart.
If I’ve misunderstood your intentions, or question, then I apologize for being so blunt. But I get so many inquiries from new puppy owners wanting an ‘aggressive Rottweiler’ that it’s both frustrating and heartbreaking for me. These dogs are not mean, fighting machines. They are loving, sensitive and intelligent dogs who need love and understanding as much as any other breed.
I hope you take the time to read through all the information on my website so that you can better understand your Rottie puppy and give her what she needs to be happy and healthy. I’d recommend starting with these pages…
I hope this helps you and that it gives you the information and understanding you need to build a strong and loving relationship with your Rottweiler. They’re awesome dogs who deserve so much more than they often get.
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